Clubs & Organizations


Your college experience is what you make it.

Getting involved in activities outside the classroom will help you create community, meet new people, advocate for change, and make memories that will last a lifetime.

WSU has over 170 student clubs and organizations, and these clubs work closely with the Office of Equity and Inclusive Excellence.

Bring awareness to Asian cultures through ASN.

ASN is an all-inclusive organization dedicated to creating a fundamental awareness of Asian cultures among the University and greater Winona communities to encourage participation among the students on campus, and to present our views on issues of our community and the world.

Learn more about Black history and culture through BSU.

BSU is dedicated to educating the WSU community and the greater Winona community about the different cultures of the African diaspora.

In addition, BSU talks about Black History in America and compares the differences in culture. While we are different, as one we unite.

Bring awareness to issues related to gender and social equality through FORGE.

FORGE is a feminist campus club dedicated to creating campus events that create awareness to advance gender rights and social equality.

As an organization, FORGE aims to create a safe space to speak out about gender issues on campus. FORGE also is a leadership group for the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies program.

Find community and awareness of Hmong culture through HASA.

The mission of HASA is to develop friendship among students through cultural and social activities, to educate campus and community members about the Hmong culture, and to provide assistance to members of the WSU community in need of guidance.

HASA also works to create a campus climate that is welcoming and to recruit and encourage other Hmong students to attend WSU.

Check out HASA on Facebook.

Learn about and bring awareness to diversity-related issues with the KEAP Diversity Center Council.

KEAP Council is a coalition of student leaders from various diversity and cultural groups across campus.

We believe that oppression is multi-dimensional and must be approached with many different angles in mind.

We seek to identify and address diversity-related issues both at WSU and in the Winona area.

Find community centered around the Muslim faith through MSA. MSA provides a forum for Muslim students in Winona to meet and discuss mutual interests.

We provide an Islamic atmosphere where students can develop a deeper understanding of our religion and its positions on contemporary issues, as well as make the teachings of Islam known to non-Muslims to help develop a deeper understanding between people of all faiths.

Find and provide support for all identities through Prism.

Prism is an organization dedicated to supporting individuals of all sexual orientations and gender identities, including students, faculty, family members, and the general public.

We are here to educate, support, and look out for the best interest of everyone, regardless of identity.

Check out Prism on Facebook.

Find community and awareness of Latino culture through SOL.

SOL seeks to develop friendship among students through cultural and social activities, to educate campus and community members about Latino culture, and to provide assistance to members of the WSU community in need of guidance.

SOL also seeks to encourage outreach and engagement of students of all ethnic backgrounds, as well as recruit and encourage other Latino students to attend WSU.

Check out SOL on Facebook.

Gain leadership skills through TRIO Student Leaders.

TRIO Student Leaders are students interested in issues facing first-generation students, students with limited financial resources, and students with disabilities.

TRIO Student Leaders work to learn about leadership and develop their individual leadership potential.

Check out TRIO Student Leaders on Facebook.